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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A bunny has bad breath

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    • hiskatey93
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      Okay so Chom woke me this morning by giving me kisses on my face, at 5am. >.>

      And his breath… Ugh it made me want to gag. It smelled like his cectropes, but grosser.

      He was to the vet recently and proclaimed 100% fine. The vet raved over how his teeth were perfect! His eating habits have not changed, other than he is much less interested in his lettuce this week, but choms down all his other veggies. I think the lettuce is simply because I’ve bought only romaine for 3 weeks straight and he is getting bored. I normally mix up what I buy for them to keep some interest.

      I wonder if I caught him after eating his tropes, but even just now when I checked it it still reeks. 

      I also admittedly have a very strong sense of smell, seeing as I’m deaf in one ear and blind as a bat without my glasses. Boyfriend smelled his breath and doesn’t smell anything bad. I’m thinking of feeding him some mint to get rid of it. Anyone else experience something like this?


    • Avantika
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      It must be poopy breath. I remember I was once laying down on the floor, relaxing, and my bun Moshu came running towards me like “Yay!! Mommmmmyyyyy!!” and it filled my heart with love and happiness UNTIL she licked my nose and I was all like “That stink!! Have some mercy Moshu !!”

      Oh and yes, mint would certainly be helpful. And coriander too.


    • LittlePuffyTail
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      Mmmmm….poopy kisses…lol

      Give him a sprig of mint or parsley.


    • Eepster
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      Try some parsley and mint and if that doesn’t fix it, then you could call the vet. My first thought was dental, but that is unlikely to have changed in just a week.


    • hiskatey93
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      I bought some mint at the store, and it’s for him and him only. I hope he’ll eat it. He’s a picky boy. If he doesn’t I’ll shove it into his little maw violently! ((JKJKJK I’d lose a finger if I even tried.))

      Eepster it has gone away, and my boyfriend says I’m crazy. I have a very sensitive nose, so that’s probably all it was. I kept smelling his face, and forced him to lick my fingers so I could smell them and it has gone away. I probably got kisses after he had his…. Poopy vitamins. >.<


    • Rubi.Leah
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      My bunnies breathe usually doesn’t smell either but she recently switched to Timothy pellets and I’m not a fan of the smell I’m thinking that’s a reason


    • Bam
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      Hi Rubi Leah and welcome to the BB forums!

      This is s very old thread, so I’m going to close it. We encourage our members to rather start new threads than re-open old ones 🙂Your input is valuable, and I hope you’ll contribute to other, more current threads – or start a new one on topics you’d like to discuss. If you encounter any problems, please PM me or one of the other moderators, and we’ll be happy to help!

       

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